If you suffer from Alzheimers, check your sleep patterns. Its possible your Alzheimers is not due to the disease at all. It could be caused by sleep apnea. And it is also possible a visit to a dentist could restore your memory.
You read that right — a dentist might be able to give you your memory back. Take Dr. Richard Coe as an example. Dr. Coe is a 68-year-old, conventional family physician from Tacoma, Washington. How he escaped from Alzheimers is a fantastic story.
In 1999, Dr. Coe was noticing mistakes in his medical work. His short-term memory was hit hard. He was dropping doses and numbers from his prescriptions. His wife noticed his growing difficulty making decisions and increasing fatigue. As a veteran, he got a full VA evaluation from two experts and three private doctors. After hours of formal cognitive testing, all five agreed that he had Alzheimers disease. That was in August 1999. The following month, he dropped out of practice.
He continued to gradually deteriorate. By December 2003, he felt ready to die. He could not get enough sleep, ran on empty, and could do his yard work for only one hour a day. His astute wife noticed that he had significant snoring and sleep apnea. She was already seeing Dr. Robson for a TMJ dysfunction and was doing well. She suggested that he see Dr. Robson.
Dr. Coe, an orthodox physician, admits he was 100% skeptical that a mouth splint could correct his sleep problem. Nevertheless, he went to see Dr. Robson in early 2004, mainly to please his wife. The following day, I felt extremely good, he noted. I never had an improvement that good. My wife said I was brighter and not moping around like I had a black cloud over my head. I slept through the night for the first time in years. And my memory was returning.
Dr. Coe, formally diagnosed with Alzheimers disease and retired from practice in August 1999, returned to full-time work on July 3, 2004. He would have started back on April 1, except that malpractice insurance was not immediately available.
Dr. Robson has turned my clock back at least 15 years. My memory and energy are as good as ever. I had only 12 visits with him. Even Dr. Coes long-term problem with depression was improved. My treating physician, an internist, does not believe the story, he told me. But I am telling everyone I can!
Friend, this is a case of diagnosed Alzheimers that is been completely cured! Is it possible many cases of Alzheimers are caused by sleep apnea? Definitely!
Dr. Robson is devoted to teaching other dentists his methods. Have your dentist call Dr. Robson to get more information about his training sessions.